Best College Football Prop Bets for Tennessee vs. Georgia in Week 10

Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers (19) scores a touchdown during the second quarter of an NCAA
Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers (19) scores a touchdown during the second quarter of an NCAA / Corey Perrine/Florida Times-Union / USA

The Game of the Year goes down in Athens, Georgia on Saturday when No. 1 Tennessee heads to Athens to face No. 3 and defending National Champions Georgia.

We have plenty of your coverage for you including our game preview, same game parlay and a long form video breakdown below, but this is going to attack the prop market, particularly how both Georgia and Tennessee will be able to attack the opposition in the passing game.

Here are our three favorite prop bets for Tennessee vs. Georgia:

Best Tennessee vs. Georgia Prop Bets for Week 10

  • Stetson Bennett OVER 293.5 Passing Yards (-114)
  • Brock Bowers OVER 58.5 Receiving Yards (-114)
  • Jalin Hyatt OVER 76.5 Receiving Yards (-114)

Stetson Bennett OVER 293.5 Passing Yards (-114)

Tennessee's weakness is in the secondary. The team is 14th in defensive success rate against the run, but 98th against the pass. The Georgia offense has operated like a well oiled machine this season, second in success rate and is top 20 nationally in several key statistics, including yards per play, sacks allowed, yards per pass attempt and completion percentage.

While I'm skeptical that Georgia wants to get into a track meet with the vaunted Vols offense, I do believe that the Bulldogs will push into the 30's with relative ease and will need to score in order to secure the victory.

Bennett has gone over this number in just four of eight games, but has also finished his day early because the team has been up big early. If this game is going to be competitive, expect Bennett to pass for 300 yards.

Brock Bowers OVER 58.5 Receiving Yards (-114)

Bowers is the No. 1 target in the Georgia passing game, a future first round pick, and an all around talent. Tight ends have been an Achilles heel for the Tennessee defense as we have seen Alabama tight ends rack up 90 receiving yards on six catches against the Vols and Pitt total 84 yards on five catches with a touchdown as well.

Those were the two teams that put up the biggest fight against the Tennessee on the other end, and I expect Georgia to key in on Bowers as well.

Not to mention, this total is well within range for him to go over. Bowers averages north of 68 yards per game this season and has gone over this prop in four of eight. Similar to to Bennett's prop, I believe it is being deflated due to the fact that the Bulldogs have dominated their competition with such ease that the team hasn't had to play full games at times.

In the biggest game of the year, expect Bowers to get his full serving of targets. He is fresh off a 154-yard day against Florida.

Jalin Hyatt OVER 76.5 Receiving Yards (-114)

Hyatt's number this season are simply absurd. He is averaging 20 yards per catch and has totaled over 900 yards in eight games this season. While Cedric Tillman is back from injury that has cost him a few games, Hyatt's ability to stretch the field is the key to this one, evident in his 20 yard per catch rate.

Tennessee is going to have to put up points to hang in this one in a battle of two of the top three offenses and Hyatt's ability to stretch the field will be utilized. Georgia may allow underneath passes, but the team still plays man coverage, so Hyatt will have opportunities to make plays over the top.

With such a wild average reception total, we know that Hyatt has the capability of clearing this mark on two or three catches, and his numbers have backed it up this season. He has cleared this mark in five of eight games that includes games with and without Tillman.

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